Writer and reviewer of films for cinefessions and games for diehardgamefan.com
Miles and Gwen have been some of my favorite addditions to the Marvel Spider-verse in recent years and to see them feature so prominently in this was fun and amazing.
The villains are handled well (the ones who get more than a few minutes on screen), the characters all get some great development, and the animation and art style throughout the film is a feast for the eyes.
A much better cap to the series than we originally got, but still very reliant on piecing the parts together into a whole, End of Evangelion can leave one scratching their heads at what they just watched. Even knowing what I just watched and all the parts behind it, I'm still left with a kind of.. bwauh? It's a visual feast for sure, but it's not quite as satisfying an ending for such a great series, although there seldom is.
When I think of a classic sci-fi horror film, two of them come to mind almost instantly, The Thing from John Carpenter, and this film. Giger's classic alien design, the ship that looks a bit aged but still very functional and used and abused, a great cast that bring a wide variety of characters to life and lots of suspense and build up. This is how you do it and this is always going to be one of my favorites.
Saw this had popped up in the last few days and I do like a good supernatural flick so I figured why not. This actually combines a lot of different elements to it, some more successfully than others and there is a slow burn as pieces fall into place, but once they do it picks up the pace and doesn't slow down. While a few plot points don't gel well together, this is extremely well acted and has…